A two-year-old court case over a disputed terrestrial signal in Slovenia is finally nearing an end.
Will everybody love Brian? CBS certainly hopes so as it launches this TV news sendup (following "Everybody Loves Raymond" on the retooled Monday sked) in which silliness subs for sophistication.
Roberto Pace, 46, a veteran of Italy's TV industry, has been appointed head of acquisitions of Mediaset, Fininvest's TV company and Italy's largest commercial broadcaster.
Can CBS coax America into feeling empathy for four clean-scrubbed, lily-white doctors who drive Mercedes-Benzes and score floor seats to Lakers games?
After a nine-year reign as president and CEO of E! Entertainment Television, Lee Masters has abruptly decided to resign and take the $20 million payment due at the end of his five-year contract.
The Eye web gave back some Nielsen yardage Sunday as ratings for week two of the net's NFL coverage took a mild hit compared to year-ago numbers.
Satcaster Sky Latin America has dished out $20 million to nab exclusive pay TV rights for Colombian league soccer through year-end 2000.
Granada Entertainment USA is developing a telefilm based on the life of folksy singer-actor John Denver, who died in a plane crash last October.
With a new anchor team, new producers and a new set all failing -- at least so far -- to lure viewers back to ABC News' struggling "Good Morning America," the Alphabet web has come up with a new way…
The deal DirecTV and its sister satellite distributor USSB signed last March with Bell Atlantic has finally borne fruit, giving potential subscribers on the East Coast access to their 200 channels of…
Spain's digital platforms have begun talks to seek EU approval for a single operator in Spain.